5 best places for cheap sushi in Seattle

Feb 6 2020, 5:41 pm

Affordable sushi is incredibly difficult to come across in Seattle. Sure, there’s grocery stores and H Mart, but we’re talking sit-down places.

We’ve made the search easy for you by coming up with our top spots for affordable and tasty sushi in Seattle.

Ichi Roll Wok & Teriyaki

While the outside of the restaurant doesn’t look like much, we guarantee your mouth will argue that the food is so much. With great prices, gigantic portions, tasty food, and an excellent food safety rating, what else do you need?

Location: 306 N 125th Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-363-5100

Momji Seattle


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Momji is the cheapest during happy hour, daily from 4 to 6. Expect $6 California rolls, $7 spider rolls, and $11 sashimi sets. While the place isn’t the cheapest on this list, its quality makes up for the difference.

Location: 1522 12th Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-457-4068
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Koibito Sushi & Teriyaki


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Instead of a high-end experience, come into Koibito for a loving mom-and-pop vibe. The menu is pretty representative of traditional Japanese cooking, while prices are reasonable for the amount of food you receive.

Location: 1201 Dexter Avenue North, Seattle
Phone: 206-282-2113

Marinepolis Sushi Land


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Okay, we know that the quality of Marinepolis isn’t the greatest. But let’s just say that you’ve had a little puff of somethin’-somethin’ and all of a sudden you’re starving with a craving for sushi. Come to Sushi Zone. With conveyor belt rolls and inexpensive pricing, you’re going to walk out of there satisfied.

Location: 138 107th Avenue, Bellevue
Phone: 425-455-2793
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Ten Sushi


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Whether you’d like a typical sit-down restaurant or want a conveyor belt experience, Ten can cater to you. At their second location in Chinatown, they host Japanese language meet-ups, movie nights, and sushi-making courses. This spot has a variety of rolls and nigiri for only $2.99.

Location: 500 Mercer Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-453-3881
Location: 1207 South Jackson Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-568-0404
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